2014–15 NBA Development League season

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2014–15 NBA Development League season
LeagueNBA Development League
SportBasketball
DurationNovember – April
Draft
Top draft pickRobert Covington
Picked byGrand Rapids Drive
Regular season
Top seedSanta Cruz Warriors
Season MVPTim Frazier (Maine Red Claws)
Finals
ChampionsSanta Cruz Warriors
  Runners-upFort Wayne Mad Ants
Finals MVPElliot Williams
NBA Development League seasons

The 2014–15 NBA Development League season was the 14th season of the NBA Development League (NBA D-League). The NBA D-League is the official minor league basketball organization owned by the National Basketball Association (NBA). The NBA D-League will expand to a record 18 teams for the 2014–15 season.[1] For the first time in league history the NBA D-League was aligned into two conferences with two divisions each, two with five and two with four.

One expansion team, the Westchester Knicks, joined the 17 teams from the previous season. The Springfield Armor relocated to Grand Rapids, and were renamed the Grand Rapids Drive, and the Tulsa 66ers relocated to Oklahoma City, and were renamed to Oklahoma City Blue.

Teams

Regular season

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Playoffs

Quarterfinals
(April 8–15)
Semifinals
(April 17–21)
Finals
(April 23–27)
         
E1 Maine* 0
E4 Fort Wayne 2
E4 Fort Wayne 2
E3 Canton 0
E2 Sioux Falls* 1
E3 Canton 2
E4 Fort Wayne 0
W1 Santa Cruz 2
W1 Santa Cruz* 2
W4 Oklahoma City 0
W1 Santa Cruz 2
W2 Austin 1
W2 Austin* 2
W3 Bakersfield 1

Awards and honors

References

  1. ^ [1] NBA D-League expands to 18 teams for 2014-15 | NBA.com

External links

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